technical analysis

Prices popped Tuesday but a lack of follow-through has us questioning the move up.
This decline is not a buying opportunity.
The charts are spinning off sell signals, with little that bulls could grab on to.
A weekly close below $190 could precipitate further weakness to $175.
Prices on MCD are still in a downtrend.
What is not going on is aggressive selling or liquidation.
Shorts should cover but new longs should wait for now.
We need to see the indexes break resistance to improve our short-term stance.
One oscillator has been in bearish territory since last November, and might trigger another sell signal.
If MMM closes below $165, it will probably precipitate further declines.

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